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I? T?BLISHSD WE?SLT ET
SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO
Wednesday. Aug. 38, 1878.
The suffering caused by the yellow
fever in the South should command the
sympathy of every town in the country.
People are daily dying for the lack of
attention. Towns are depopulated. In
seme places there arc not a sufficient
nuenber of well people to care for the
lick. Nurses are employed aud food
aud medicine furnished by '?shan table
? associations. In many of the cities
large contributions have been made
We have done nothing. We arc favored
With an al undanc? of everything needed.
Our creps have been much larger than
usual. The health of our people is
gocd. There Is no reason why we should
not contribute liberally far the relief of
cur fellow countryman wbo are suffering
and in some casi I arc dying for want of
the attention which the funds which we
would contribute might assist in pro
cming. It is afsnbject of great im
portance. What is to be done should
be done quickly. Let subscription
papers be passed around aud collectors
a] pointed to solicit aid for the sufferers.
The k'oungMena Christian Association
could do good werk. Let them take the
management of it and make a prompt
appeal to our citi>;cu-,
A lorgi bain located on a farm on the
suburbs of FrederickjCity Md., aud ten?
anted bj Simon Rest, was almost en
: 03 cd by fire to-night. Among
i turned were about 1,200
bush - ?shed wheat, sixty tons
of bay, a reaper, drill, several sets of
arly one hundred tons
btraw slacked on the outside. The
stock was all saved. Tho loss will
probably reach between four and five
thousand dollars. On the barn there
was an innirar.ee ef about eight hun?
dred d?liais in the Old Mutual Com?
pany of Fr< di rick. The property bc
i.l to a Mr. Prieur, lately from
France, and was until recently owned
byMajOI Lawrence .1. Rrctiglc. The
brilliant illumination of the city caused
by the burning ol this immense quantity
of material, the lend ?cries of fire and
the violent ringing of bells produced
intense excitement and rudely broke
up ii services in the various
churches But for the prompt and
ou:_ D of the Junior, Inde?
pendent and United fire companies,
with their steamers, the destruction
Id lave been much greater. The
au] i osed to have generated from
U U? ous combustion.
In Knit county. Md., last week. Mr.
Walter J. Griffith was cutting his seed
clover with a wheat reaper, with four
ich? d, and driving sitting side?
ways. While halting a few moments
for some purpose a bee stung the horse
upon which ho was sitting, causing him
to jump and freighter the other horses,
when they all started to run, Mr, Grif?
fith falling off, and his right foot was
caught bv the knife and cut almost
squarely off just below the instep. Mr.
Griffith held on to the reins, and was
dragged sume two hundred yards in this
conditon before tho horses could be
Stopped by the men in the field. Physl.
cans were summoned aud the wounds
I ? stated thot Mr. Griffith
I in trying to stop his
:!hc did not know his foot
cut Until the team was stopped.
A com ?] ondent of the Chicago Trib?
une writing from Champaign 111.."calls
attention to the fact that many of the
farmers are beingruiued by the excess?
ive interest which they are compelled
to pay on the mortgages on their lands.
correspondent states that the farm?
ers arc paying ten per cent/interest.hay?
ing mortgaged their farms to obtain the
means 'to engage in speculation, to
build fine houses, to purchase fine fur?
niture, carriages, harness, &c.,and ma?
ny of them are already at a loss how to
pay off the debts they have thus con?
tracted. In a great many cases the
- are mortgaged for their fnll value.
Another famine in Ireland is thieal
encd by the failure of the potato crop.
The Rost*.?i pifo! slates that the peaont
season has been almost ? repetition of
that Of 1847, in which and the preceding
year there were half a million deaths
from famine in Ireland. The potatoes
oflast year were almost a dead loas,tbe
yield iu some cases not paying a tenth
the cost of planting, and now from ma?
ny section's come reports of blight to Um
haulms and taint in the tubers. If fam?
ine come it cannot be so fatal asin pre?
vious half dozen visits during the cen?
tury, but it Will be bad enough,
We Lave seen it slated that the town
of Somers has (;:k( n upon itself the re?
sponsibility of all burials within its
limits, without regard to the circum?
stances of the person to be buried. Rich
and poor, high and low, arc treated
alike in the matter, and for S4, sexton,
hearse, and grave arc supplied to all
alike; so that for twenty years or more
every burial in the town has been per?
formed by the town at that eosl to
thoso able to pay.
A Roiso City dispatch, dated 10th
,i\ s Win. Mundy.S. Smith,Thomas
Hcaley and Jacob (irascclose left In?
dian valley in pursuit of Indians who
had stolen their stock. At noon Tues?
day, near the falls of Payetto, (hey
wore fired upon by Iudians concealed
in rocks a nd all killed except Smith,
who was unhorsed and wounded, in
making his escape. Major Iiunn with
one hundred lnfautry haw gone in pur?
suit of the Indians.
A Mississippi judge was just saying
that no one but a coward would carry a
pistol, when his own fell from his pock?
et, was discharged, and the bullet hit a
lawyer in the leg.
Some forty Methodist camp-meetings
are announced for August and Septem?
The Scieutific News, of New York,
puts copperas far above chloride of lime
as a disinfectant.
The girls of Tuscola, 111., place a blue
temperance ribbon and a mitten on the
table when theirs lovers come to visit
them, and say, "choose. "?
Minnie Stevens waslwt-with $4,0lHV
000. Now it is said that owing to the
shrinkage of value*, cost litigations and
Enalish investments to catch a lord,
there is only #1,000,000.
On Tacsday last as the express train
west on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
was passing NewLnrg, West Va., a
young man named Wm. E. Shepherd,
from Chestertown, Md., was struck bv
the train and Instantly killed. He had
one arm and both legs broken and his
head crushed. It is supposed that hc
came East on a freight train, and was
waiting for it to start, not noticing the
express train coming West.
The Austrians have gained another
Victory over the insurgents at Stalatz.
At Vienna the news of the capture of
BcroJeVO has excited enthusiasm. Gen.
Phillipovieh has been promoted and re?
ceived the Grand Cross of the Order of
Leopold. Bnuia has postponed the ex?
pedition to Asia. Queen Christiana
died near Havre, Wcduesday night.?
Typhoid foyer prevails extensively at
Bristol, England. The T endon Times
concedes the superiority of American
mechanical genius as shown at Paris.
Lecsburg Mirror: The report of the
county superintendent doesn't male a
flattering exhibit of the financial con?
dition of our public schools?iu consider?
ation of which the board determined not
to reopen the schools until the first of
January. 1879. Out of the 121,000 paid
by Loudouu to the School Fund of the
State, she last year received less than
ten per cent of that amount for the
education of her own children.
An outbreak is reported among the
moving Indians, 125 miles from Spotted
Tail agency, growing with trouble in
regard to the rations. Two Indians
were killed, and ?1*0 young braves left
the main hotly aud traveled north. .Ma?
jor Pollock hastened to the scene, but
the Indians told him to let them alone.
Samuel Armstrong, a wealthy young
farmer, who lived near London. Ohio,
was shot just above the lelt car and in?
stantly killed, while asleep, about 1 a.
m,, Wednesday, by some person un?
known. His wife woke up and found
him dead. He had no kuowu enemy.
Au official dispatch from (ici!. Mc?
Dowell continus the report previously
published of an attack ou a wagon train
on Lost river by Indians, and the death
Charles Richardson, the cashier ol the
Windsor Hotel, Montreal, who disap?
peared a few days ago, turns eut to be
a defaulter to the exten', of $1,200.
Archibald McKinley, a former resi?
dent of Wilmington, Del., died in New
Orleans on Wednesday of yellow fever.
The wheat harvest in Oregon is about
two-thirds through. It is estimated the
crop will be ten per cent, larger than
The Pioneer Press editorially esti?
mates the aggregate wheat crop of Min?
nesota at 23,000,000 bushels, acreage
2;225,961, average yield per acre 11
bushels. Below the line due west from
St. Paul the yield will probably be 10
bushels per acre. This region furnishes
three-fourths of the crop. Above this
line the yield is estimated at 10 bttsbeis
DlVOBCED AND Re-mabkied.?
Tuesday afternoon a young couple got
on the excursion traiu here en their
way West, who bad just teen married
a second time under peculiar circum?
stances. Pour years ago Y. L. San?
ders, a young mechanic of good charac?
ter, living at Mount Crawford, who had
been married hardly a year to a young
lady born in Waynesboro, had a diffi?
culty with | neighbor named Dovel and
killed him. There was no doubt of the
blow having been given by Sanders.
though there were no witucsscs pres?
ent to testify as to how it was given.
The prosecution contended that it was
doue with a weapon, while the defence
claimed that it was given in sudden
passion with the hand. The man had
died of concussion of the brain. The
prisoner's young wife staid by him dur?
ing the trial and showed the greatest
devotion to him. The end was a
sentence to four years in the State
prison. After the husband had been in
prison a short time tho wife, under tin?
advice ol her friends, availed herself ol
the provisions of the law which divorces
the wife of a convict and oblaineil a di?
vorce. In prison, young Sanders main?
tained the good character for ateadin? .-??
ar.d industry that he had befare he
went there, and under prison regula?
tions his term was shortened forty-two
days for cyery year. A few days ago
the time expired aud Sanders returned
home, a tree man. His former wife
was living with her mother, and the
neighbors say horn the day it was
known that he was in the village a
change was visible in her manner, and
'a long-absent cheerfulness relumed.
Por some days Sanders made no at?
tempt to see her, but last week they
met and the old love proved the winner.
On Saturday they went to Harrisonburg
and were re-married. The act gave
great offence to the friends ol both, and
when the couple got back from Har?
risonburg to Ml. Crawford the mother
of the girl refused to let her enter the
house. A brother of tho groom, who
felt indignant at the former conduct of
the wife in procuring a divorce, also re?
fused to receive them. They repaired
to the houso of a kind lady in th?
neighborhood, where they were re?
ceived. The young man detcthiined to
emigrate to the West, there to com -
menee life under different circumstances
and on Tuesday, as we have stated,
they came to Stauuton and took the
train for their new home. Tiic ro?
mantic story, which we get from a
neighbor aud friend of the groom, was
the staple :?r conversation in the
village which Ihcy have left.? I'm /?
Yellow rever Report?.
Mkmimiis, Texk., Aug. 21.?'
hopes eutertaincd yesterday from
decrease in the number of new cases
deaths that the fever was abating w
dispolled to-day by an increase of e
ona hundred per cent, both in uuir
of deaths and new cases, there b?
twelve of the former and fifty of the
ter reported for the twenty-four ho
ending at 5 P. If. The work of
ing for the sick is being bravely car
ou by relief organizations, and fam
are being removed to the country f
all parts of the city by the citizens' c
mittcc, as no portion of the city is ?:
exempt from the dread visitation.
MajUT IIH. Aug. 21?A special to
Avalauche from Grenada says five
cent, of the whole population have d
Seventy-five negroes were taken ok
to-day. New Orleans doctors
dumbfounded at the malignity of
ViGKSBUBI, MtsS,, Aug. 21.?I
estimated that fifty new cases of yell
fever have occurred in the past twen
four hours. Twenty-four deaths are
ported, twenty-two of then yell
.I.uksox, Miss., Aug. 21.?1
panic produced by the yellow fever
unparalleled. People are fleeing fr
the pestilence in every direction. Ja
son is almost deserted, business of
kinds suspended, and nothing thou;
of except escape from the scourge.
Summit, Miss.. Aug. 21.?A kam
of seveu arc stricken down with yell
fever four miles from here. Two d
to-day. The health of this city is ?
collent, but great excitement exists a
the county is rigidly quarantined.
New Uklkaxs, Aug. 21.?Twen
three deaths from yellow lever were ;
ported up to C.oO P. M. to the board
health, tti? tcuredthe mortuary r
port will show au increase.
lil.K WKATHEK THE CAUtJE?BAD I
CIDKKTS?18 IT CONTAI ?Ulis."
MEMPHIS.?As predicted in 11
Timu'i dispatches last night, the un:
VOrable change in the weather h
wrought a decided increase in the nu:
her of new cases and the death-rate
the past twenty-four hours. So ra
has lallen yet, but the cloudy, damp ai
very close atmosphere of last night ai
this morning has done the work. .Tl
new cases reported to-day Indicate
disposition on the part of the disease
spread southwardly, which is contra!
to the opinions expressed by leadii
physicians. Two ol the new eases a
on Linden street, and possibly the si;
ferers may have caught the infection
the infected district, or by contact wil
persons in street cars, or m moving pe?
pie from the infected district. All tl
street cars, which continue to run, no
withstanding there is not an ofticer i
the |oad in the city, penetrate the yel
low lever districts and hundreds of wa]
ons pass through the thoroughfare
every day loaded with the goods of tho.
fleeing from that part of the city to tli
southern suburbs or to encampment
outside the city limits. If the diseas
docs not spread to all parts of the city
will be a marvel. A new encampmet
was established north el the city, o
the line of the Memphis and Paduca
railway, yesterday, and given the uam
of Camp Luke Wright, alter Hon. Luk
E. Wright, who is devoting all his i ?,
ergies to the alleviation of the suffcrio
of the poor and needy.
Two pretty little girls, aged seven an
four years, were taken in charge to-da
by the Citizen's Relief Committee.
They say their mother died of the leve
and their father deserted his hoinc.
Wiieii thr mother was taken sick an
they could not find out where the latin
had gone, they were sent down to ? am
Joe Williams, and Immediately adopte
by the Bluff City Grays, and as U filh
mpagnie will be tenderly care
The great increase in the number?
new casus to-day has renewed tl;
alarm. It was hoped that the diseas
had departed with the panic-Strickc
,refuges, and to-night the ?tro? la ol li?
cite appear even more desolate than i
1873, when the death-rate was four-fol
L-i'i :ii' r than now. Even the negro poi
ulation, who had rejoiced under the ha!
lucination that their race was exemp
from the malady, are becoming alarm
cd, and as many as can do so are leal
ing the city, and those remaining ar
less boisterous and insulting than a wee
ago. The unfavorable report* ol to-da
had also the effect to drive from the in
fectcd district many who had previous!
refused to go into camp, thus leeseninj
the material for the fever to leed upon
Many affecting incidents have occur
red. Une of them is told in a iclte
from I woman received by Mr. Lang
Staff, of the Howard Association, to-day
She wrote : "Husband is dead. Pleas?
scud or come down, as I am in need
I don't kuow how to get my dead bus
baud buried. If you will help me ]
could work for you all. 1'leaso don'
say you can't help me if possible." I
is not ouly necessary to say that sucl
an appeal was promptly responded to
and that the corpse was decently burici
and ample provision made for tho com'
fort of the heart-broken wife.
The Hoard of Health report for to-day
gives 4?? new cases, among them sever?
al negroes?not mulattoes, but full
blooded black men. Twelve deaths arc
The following dispatch from Grenada,
Miss., was received in this city yester?
"Times here are awful ; fever as bad
as ever ; send money by express to pay
uurscs and bury the dead ; yours arc
well so far as I can learn. The follow?
ing persons have just died : Mrs. J. E.
Hughes. Miss Mari::. Mole (the Bishop's
daughter), Dr. Wiikins, and Mrs, S.
Coliman. Miss Kate Coliman died y? 8
terday. Twelve others also died yes
A I'ANIC-STIUCKKN Ol'ICIiATOH.
Jack Miller, a Howard Association
telegraph operator, arrived here to-day.
He hail come all the way from New
Orleans to do duty here, but was so ap?
palled at the horrible scenes that he
fled from the place. Bill Redding, the
telegraph operator here, who has been
working night and day, su-;
uFof God's sake don't put Miller's
name in the paper, for he may feel
ashamed and return here. God knows
I don't blame him for not stopping
here. Il'ere I out of this place all the
money m the world would nut Induce
mc to return. 1 only slop here to Serve
God and the sick and dying."
AN AWl'l'I, STATK OK ATTAIN,
The negroes attackedprescnt a born*
ble and sickening appearance, while the
souud of their delirious voices vibrates
through the streets of the almr>st de?
serted village. The rooms where pa?
tients aie confined must be kept at a
?cguhir temperature. Cold, dump weath?
er kills all the sick. The skies arc now
filled with dark, threatening clouds.?
Cold winds are reported fifty mil.s
north of here, an 1 should thoy reach
this point the mortality list will be a
large one. The excitement iu the towns
along the road since the receipt of nnws
announcing the breaking out ol the f ? v-r
at Canton is intense, and people who,
uj> to yesterday, had laughed at the fever
are now making preparations to It
A DBMLA11. I? : n;:.
Outdoor work has been en!
pended In towns on the roads from
ro. Here and at every station al
the line can be seen the black and w
people sitting in the'shade In can
ami si rions conversation. v>
not describe the t itement
fear which seem to have tata n ] ???
sion of all except railroad men. 'I
are at tbtirpot ta and seemingly pa,
attention to the plago?.
A strange sight to a DOI ll
the negro Brakem mt n on
trains. They are the only ]
pable of standing that arduous lab?
this debilitating country. Drs. Mat
ville and Veazic arc still all
sick. Both are. young practition
the former twenty aev? n years of
and the latter twenty-five, but I
hare had considerable expericne
treating this class of d
When the disease fini brok
local physicians prunounced it bil
congestion, but on tho 14th instant,
Brown, of tho Memphis Board ofllea
arrived, and, upon cloae i saminat
pronounced the disease yello
the most malignant type. 1>.
ville and Vcazie, upon Ih? ir
once agreed on this
treated the disease accordingly.
three nurses prostrated may ;
they, understanding th?
ougbly in the i onval cent
more patient and obedient.
RETORTS FROM THE VARIOC8 POI2
?THE r*EVER SIM!. RAOl
CA81 IN PH1LADEL
Prom the Associated Press diapatc
of Saturday and Sunday
interesting facia are culled in
the progresa of the yi II?
various Son them ;
made its appearai
the number ol
nearly double thai
the tOtal !!','.!:'.
ending at 6 P. M. being l
deaths. Among the tl
was Dr. -lohn t . . .1 amo
the new eases i?. Fatlici
Bndget'a Church; Dr. D. L. V
Uolph Thum .
the number of u? ??
with Saturday, th?
ported up lo C i'.
however, 26 i
bcr sine, tin outbr?
i a scarcity of m
bile and ollar poiti
on for them. Gen. W. .;,
ported ver) low.
Typography al i 'ni ?: .
New ( >rl? ana
new casea and 33
Infirmary and H
they are disbur ng in
and destitute, 'i hi
lief of :
At V ? '??'' trg
hour?.. An.": ?
Robl i .
man called al
pital and and
:i if two pa ? ;
to th( '....
were two men
tor notified ll
- - were tan
take the si? k men I
pital, an insl .
signed i -,
cleansed, 'i h
time, an I
A re] ?
?ofjice, al V
tl*r III :
New ( hleans.
in all 1,07
fever o? ci ?
and 8 ii.
August . .
deaths to moi
Morgan ( ity, !.
yellow fev? r Augu 121 ; ;
New < Irlean .
yellow fever and ? n
St. I. uis.?F
yellow lever at St.
Louisvilli. ?'" iur :..
aaffering froi ;
treatment in an Im]
the Marine El?
tin? ra John I
Heile and GoMcn I
?ever, Aug. i
as undoubtedly a mi : ik >.. 11
to 23d in-:, report good I
Key West.? No .
The Tatest \
Increasing. There will
new casea in thopastt? nty?
George F. Drown, ?ouof Ju?J
(?. r. Allai .
burg lierai,1. i- ,' '? n with th?
also bis Wll
died last evening, i an 1
nurses from New I
t/icksburg last night.
& v. PaUu r Doyl? . I . M.,
seph's Church, died v< :
Tiie patients at l'oit I.
fev? r has aj
The Howard &
an appeal from G
Deaths at Grenada Saturday ;
six whites and font I oil : I, Pa
are dying for the wanl ? nour?
ishment and dome>!ii- attent
The first i
rived Sunday night, on
net- I I'N'eil. from Wl I
being James Crawford, o resid tit ?if
Pitt iburg, who had b? en en
the Ohio river at I
remove ?1 to Um b city.
The pi tell 0 m Id
case that no dang
A later di
laOt evening. He had
steamer John Poi
line below il e ? Ity.
onding Sunday i i
shows ?li atlia from sll
doatha by R ? d 18
colored; Ijrli? d In tlie Clin I.
? in Hotel I?itn and .' in Tov.tn lOhrnU*
'Grcena'a. Miss., 12.21 P. M.? Try
and get Dr. Mandc'iiV to CO?3 ;
if not possible, get some other physi?
cian. Only two local physician? on duty.
They will be down soon, nurses or
help of any kind wanted. Some fami
lles have not a person to wait on them.
di aths last night, six whites and
two bla ks.'
"drenada, Miss., Aug. 20.?For
lend a few nurses. It
.nie that the material for the dis
exl austed. Nurses worn out.
? of the most eminent physicians
i down. I'fiysicians needed
with nurses, but not without.
R. P. Andkusox,
"Grenada, Miss., 12:10 P. M.?lour
;ramjust received. Doctor Veazey
sick. One New Orleans nurse
. bul walking about to-day. u'e
of nourisbment for the
I tw? Dl '.-live nurses more
than anything else. Material not ex
e for Holly 8prings pass
' ' God's sake send nurses it
a. Pay 15 per day.
At V. ksburgone hundred and forty
new cases were reported and twenty
fire interments. Among the deaths is
Mary Lambkin. The weather is
unfavorable, ami accounts for the
ID the number of new
A tramp named Dennis Belor was
d, near Shelbyvllle, Tenu., forjan
! outrage on the wie of Win. Martin, a
? i' ? ipt. FTliilehcad
uvas? in the Sixth District
- I clear now to Ran.
r, and Virginia will not lose the
In lier Congressional
.. inufii iturcd in Virginia
. at Danville
ma Ice < 'ompany.
b ? d : n pidly tilled up
rom the yellow fever
D. Houston and Judge
' mu? \ Judge of Bote
id a ' eutroversy as to
; "?aid down In the
i in Houston De?
rail f? r "contempt of
. At last accounts be was safely
sting upon the mata
SEEB WHEAT. ~
: the celebra) '.1 Kilvrr
a .-d this
ami am - * nli the
? .f au acra?
: -. ;.. id i . tala wheat la
and i? oanallr
. ? 1 ! >- i i r t M ? i
? ! ill lire 'd on Ibe
i to furnish
? - ... iah county.
low in prices ac
[ttali V or analysis as
in the county,
furnish fanners with
$n with la
Maryland Fertilizing Co.
?? ?? :il
call special attention
by Zeil &
I ho iphatea though
as good rc
r priced Phos
ivc b? low the li?mes
. rni? rs \? liohava used
n nr. Isaac Folia
"Alkaline" but think
Mr. Alfred Rilten
is in the list .-.bove
who lives near Seven Kouii
n .-, bought of us
! ton Alkaline from which
: 13 ; hela wheat and
. land which be
ould not have
iim more than 50 bush, ?i
' nol used tho Phosphate.
In Warp n I Mr. William Peter*
?sour I Agent for Warren and
ad ?ah i 'o.
terms are negotiable notes with
n lien upon crups to be
I h ?phate Is delivered.
have Acid Phosphate com
laolycd bone and
500 III da and muriate of
Potash for farmers to manufacture their
. it? i which we ?ell for |25
28 on 12 months. By purchas
trmera can make their
i less i ouble than
? ? parate.
INEH & BURNER,
' i .
'? ?.?.--H SOHOOLu
i tiiii aahaal ?ill bafta
SEPTEMBER OH, I
with a n* ol Icatrartora, rapaatal
i i i the
High School Department
?tU aUaaadi dagatarantsj Hya?
|hlj i r,>|i?rlng
, 'i ?111 l)f?lvni
- .T.igft, Brlencti ?u 1
ill th- iwhnol.
It. I'. HAIULIP, l. I'rlnrlpal.
I!. 11. M ??tant.
II. C. i
Aj'pir fur Information and tr-rnn to I'rincipsl.
FAMILY GROCERY STORE.
Waarasvary m* foaa to bay tiieir (applies for
the table Tlio apicara as well as the arorktng
mi'i'l taste has been earefully cousiilereil.
I am offering tin- moatoomBlata and vauol Stock
in this luie that lias ever buen o.Tered :u the
('narince yours,lves anil Inquire for rlut vo .
waat anil examine quality, compare figures, >f,
I will enumerate a few leading atules whirl) I
olTer for sale. I'otteil Hams, Itoast Beef, It. h S I
Corn beef in tins.
plsln liams. Gantasse] Breakfast bacon. Com.try
baa :i, weetera baeon, Piel la pork, Mackrel, Bha I,
PMoasM herring, Lake herring,
Sugars, Coffees, Teas, Spices,
Pire different kinds ol ;j eription
of bottled and canned go< <1h. CoafecU?
platt. Twelve different kinds of chewing tobacco's
FLOl'K COBBr-MEAL, Ai\
Hare a lar^o lot of [QneeLaware, 'Glassware,
Lampa, ?kc i win ????il at cost, lenall tl
tinue to deal in oysters of the best quality daring
the fall and wintei. ttr~ Remember I I.ave re?
moved my place of business from the corner to the
Walton building opi>osite of St. Coffman'-.
W. ( . BARRON.
Pure bed Short Horn Hull calves', high grado
Short Horn cows and belfern, and Derk-Lui.
! sadance promptly answered.
Addraaa Lost Blrar I'. O. Hardy fount-. W, v.i.
.1. WAItl? WO?ID.
Read and Save Your Money.
l/.ok at the stjto of that geatleman's b i t.
Do you ssk, " what maker has draassd thai fool !
You sea that it lit* fr,,ni top to toe,
\nd tbo Iran that built it you Brait ko ...
J. I.. Ilu'.t-i, TOB know, It the very n.an,
Who doea bis work a? fa? mea can,
il? i- :i mechanic and sit must know.
n -t price l,v which to live,
The le st of work to his friends hell.
The latest ^ty'..- and a lit for sore,
What man m the world could
Give him a call, he will treat you fair,
Killing your orders irith speed aadi
Prom a oaal peggi d job, just the length of I
To the jquare and stitch in a b
Of conree yon must know *rey u ordere gire
Where 11?i?- ? iBderfol m-.u ml possibly lire,
In Woodstock, Va., !;?? dri ?-? ? the foot,
It is t, L. Butts, at the sign i : Utah
?'II1GINIA, TO WIT:
V in the Clerk's Office of the
of Sheuaudoah County, July :)yth 1878,
Levi M. Porter,. '.Plaintiff.
C. C. Thomas .".I
'. tins suit ia to recovar Iba n\m o?
rltb ?nteres? thereon at the rate of eight
atom, per annum from June 1st. l?TT, and
the further mun of 1991,00, with Interest tb
the rate of alx ] er centum, i er ana
3d. 1877, until payment, an i and to
attach anyeetal I defendant In 81
doah County forth,, payment of t
I) in the ha:.,Ik of LeTi Kinki r.
it appearing by aflidaTit Bled that the defen
A int ' . c Thomas Is not to lab i
s-.it . it la ord? red, That tl : int do
appear bare within - i
. i do what ij neceaaary to ;
his inter- it; that a .
Inted io Woods? i ik,
? ka, and s eopj
?t -.lie front door ?f the Court Hou.i /.-.'.
Brat .lav of tl.c next l
UEO. w. Mil,i.V.
A L'orr, Tanta.
MII.l.Y. c. ,.
k Dro. p. q. July list.?(W.
To Preserve and Beautify Your Homes Us?
GUTTA PESCHA FAINT,
THE BEST PRESERVATIVE EVER USED
forWood, Iron, Stone or Brick Structures,
FOR INSIDE OR OUTSIDE WORK. Send
for Sample Color? and Price Li.tv F R E E) to
GUTTA PERCHA PAINT COMPANY, 3j6
??aclid Areauc, Cleveland, Ohio.
Gotta Peroha Paioi Cot. Pon Lake
Superior Floated [roo dad Paiot 'h
cheapest tod beat for Tin Roof*,
Wood or [ron Brid.-es.Baraa dee.
All above in stock ami for sale l>y
J.8. IRWIN & Son,
Mai 8~lv. Iroodslock, Va.
ft EW GOODS!
J. ,1. STUKEBURNKR *S< N,
0 the linn laving jimi return?? 1 from Haiti
in .re tie > bag h -ave to BBSUM the
Id firm, as well as any others dealt
I nrcbaae goods, that they hate a large and
which they are offering at greatly redu. cl
Their if "Infor laditeand geullomens Wiar
CANNOr BE EXCELLED,
aa regarda qmUtty tad prim.
Boots, Slioes flats,
//. / H i* n. / R 8
Q?BKX8WARE, PAL\ TS
OILS. DYE STUFF, ?C.
and all other goods generally Icpt in flist-clas
rolnt?. Shears ami other Irons alway on nai
for sal? at Btaaafa<4ar?ra pri
AT COST! AT COST!
We have in hand a lit if Indies Deas Goods,
, which ?ill he sold
Parties wishing to sceurc BBI , all af
J. .1 BTONEB0RNER*8Oh
Oct. lat. 1875.
?k *ln ?h? known world. Satmpl? Watch fre? U>
IT WILL PAY MANY
W i have received 11
agency for I ited
OLIVER CHILLED PLOW,
and now have them on
place of buaine ; 'i
though a little hij d than
thn onlinay ;
far ch? apei :; tin end. it
of t!i ?
PATENTED CHILLED METAL
than steel. tl
and j i i
feet draft in a pi
We a!-o bat
Livingston, ill c
ton, A Dew fca(
ton plow, and I
for all plow - ?.'.'?
N. 11. We
and the 1
rare ch 11 to
a little . .
S, ,*.. ?
IIA Mil ?.
low to give ?
ViUOO !lli i - ?
kept in il well :? _
make n -',?? ??
We 11 : ?
?n a ; ??. Flnhlug To
CASH OR SWOP
\pg~ Always i
Every Gun Warrantor
Xo 00 N B 0 M P I I I
B B. CARTER,
? U tilO
. \ :,i-?iiSa
HAAS & BROTHERS,
. . ? -
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m tu. y.
i ? tnnsl
t thf cWeadaat
o.e. c. 8.0.